We have different themed movies and concerts.
Our first Horror Festival was a smashing success in 2019! We're going to make it a yearly tradition every October, so if you missed it this time around, come back next year for more candy and scares!
"Suessical the Musical" played in early 2019.
Various types of concerts from classic rock and roll Elvis tributes, to hippy rock, to 80's hits, and more!
Our first comedy show was this Valentine's Day, February 14th, 2020! It was a huge success for a first run, so stayed tuned as we're looking to do it again this year!
We just hosted our first wedding at the Mission Theater and it was a blast!
Fallbrook Music Society providing classical music.
Photo by R. Shattuck
We have everything from private functions and showings for clubs and organizations to private birthday parties!
A few organizations have used our theater for fundraising events.
Our first Horror Festival was a success, with classic and quirky horror films. This will become a yearly tradition!
Daring Greatly at the theater!
Our first Live Comedy Show was a huge success and HILARIOUS!
From left: comedian Kasaun Wilson, comedian Zoltan Kaszas, Fallbrook comedian Morey Sherman, and Mission Theater family
The Knock Rockers were the first concert to perform after the Covid shutdown. They performed July 2nd, 2021 and played country western music along with some patriotic songs to celebrate the 4th of July weekend!
Elvis (impersonated by James Kruk) performed a second time at the Fallbrook Mission Theater.
One of the only Elvis Tribute artists to have started by playing Elvis in a National tour of a smash hit play!
Greg Douglass and the Sidewinders performed Sept. 10, 2021
Had our first Halloween Monster Bash in 2021! Dancing on main and side stages, it was a lot of fun!
Comedy Night for the month of November 2021.
A night of Jazz, Swing and Tribute to Manhattan Transfer!
Contemporary jazz pianist Scott Wilkie, who gathered 3 of his favorite musicians to present “JOY” – in a special Fallbrook Christmas Concert.
Gin 'Ntonix promo video when they came back and performed in December. Live vocal quartet singing your favorite Christmas songs!
The Gin’NTonix harmonic jazz quartet presented an early Memorial Day Patriotic Salute to the to the music of the 1940’s. With special guest vocalist, Mark Kopitzke of the Glenn Miller Orchestra
American Made is a cover band from California. “American Made is a four-piece energetic group that plays a wide variety of American music including classic rock, country, classic R&B, oldies, swing, blues and top 40. "
Three tribute bands performed through "Women Who Rock".
The Gin ‘NTonix singing your favorite fun sizzlin’ songs of summertime! Along with entertainment provided by the Glee Club and The Neighbor Tones Youth Show Choirs!
An Evening with David Arkenstone & Friends
Woodie Car Show and Special Screening of the movie "The Ride" 2003
Mark Kopitzke - A Night of Classic Crooner - Singing Big Band and Glenn Miller Orchestra Favorites.
A Christmas Afternoon of Live Vocal Jazz Music
Spend New Year's Eve at the Fallbrook Mission Theater - Rang in the New Year for 2023
Britain's Finest - The complete Beatles Experience (Tribute Band). " ..Britain’s Finest has crafted a trip through Rock and Roll history from the cobblestone roads of Liverpool to The Beatles’ place as one of the greatest bands of all time."
Special screening of "Boulevard Nights" (1979), co-sponsored by Groupe CC North County Chapter.
"Though typically billed as a Country or Country-Rock band, Nitro Express has influences ranging from Bakersfield to Liverpool, Nashville to London, Texas to Chicago, Detroit to Sweet Home Alabama, and many points in between."
Comedy Night - Presented by Funny Girl Events
Former lead singer with
THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS
Laurie Beebe Lewis
and The Electric Underground Band
PNN Academy presents two headliners will be performing August 26th.
TAKE3 - Presented by Fallbrook Music Society
In 1948 the Fallbrook Mission Theater opened it's door. People came out to celebrate the 75th anniversary!
We played the first screening of the movie that played at the theater called: "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" (1948). There was also a slideshow presentation of the theater.
Welcome back to another year of the Halloween Monster Bash
A historical society fundraiser was held: There was a brief History of Frank Capra living in Fallbrook: 6:00pm ( Frank Capra lived in Fallbrook from the early 1950's until the early 1970's. He was involved with the Chamber of Commerce and the FPUD water board and was an Oscar winning director. )
Fallbrook Senior Center created calendars for the remarkable volunteer ladies of Fallbrook and showed the moved Calendar Girls!
The Fallbrook Senior Center played the movie "It's a Wonderful life" and had a silent auction.
An outreach program that the Senior Center held playing a movie from Spain called "Placido"
The Historical Society presented a fundraising event: A tribute to Dolores Costello! She was the Goddess of the Silent Screen...She was married to John Barrymore...She was Drew Barrymore’s grandmother......And she lived in Fallbrook! There was a be a brief history of Dolores Costello and a screening of the 1936 Film, “Little Lord Fauntleroy". Special Guests were Barrymore family members.
Movie: "Enemies within the Church" (2021) with special guest speaker Trevor Loudon. Trevor Loudon is a New Zealand author, speaker, political activist, and blogger. Loudon is the author of three self-published books on U.S. politics, and was featured in a 2016 documentary titled Enemies Within.
The Historical Society presented a fundraising event: A tribute to Duke Snider, Fallbrook native ..